Saskatchewan Top Employer for Third Consecutive YearFebruary 12, 2020
For the third consecutive year, Southeast College is named as one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers. The Top Employer designation recognizes Saskatchewan employers that lead their respective industries as exceptional places to work.
On being chosen a third consecutive time, College President and CEO Patrick Stoddart emphasized the commitment to learners. “The fact that Southeast College has once again been selected as one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers is testament to the dedication that our employees have to our students. Southeast College holds a student-first focus and that is what gives our employees their motivation and satisfaction,” added Stoddart.
Employers are evaluated using a variety of criteria and are compared to other organizations in their field to determine who offers the most progressive and forward-thinking employee programs.
Southeast College’s comprehensive health and family benefits, as well as its commitment to lifelong learning and health and wellness are only a few reasons why employees believe that Southeast College is a great place to work.
Southeast College’s Board of Governors Chair, Janice Giroux had this to say about the award “The Board of Governors of Southeast College are pleased to be named one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers for 2020. We appreciate and are proud of our staff who always put our students first and provide excellent programming to the Southeast College region. We value and practice professional ethical conduct in everything we do as we are guided by our three core values – being…Innovative, Authentic and Responsible.”
You can view the online magazine at 2020 Saskatchewan Top Employers
The magazine’s reasons for selection can be viewed at https://www.canadastop100.com/sk/
Saskatchewan’s Top Employers is an annual competition organized by the editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers. This year’s list includes thirty top Saskatchewan employers announced in special feature sections in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix as well as the Regina Leader Post on Wednesday, February 12, 2020.